Not yet explained
in the prevailing physics
ProblemExplanation in
'Oreon hypothesis'
Baryon-asymmetryWhy there is more matter than antimatter?Oreon hypothesis denies the
existence of antimatter.
Do particles exist carrying 'magnetic charge'?
If so, why it is so difficult to find them?
Magnetic monopoles
do not exist. Theory is missing.
Quantum chromo dynamics (QCD)
in a non-perturbative surrounding
The QCD formulas do not fit
the energy levels in the nuclei.
A nucleus does not consist of protons
and neutrons but of oreons.
Mass of neutrinosWhat is the mass of the existing neutrinos?All particles have a mass
being an integer times the mass
of an oreon.
Gravitational wavesIs the universe filled with gravitational waves from the Big Bang?
Or are gravitational waves from astronomical source, as neutron stars
revolving each other? What do they mean related to
quantum gravity and general relativity?
Gravitational waves do not exist.
Strong vibrations of the
neutralon sea have been observed.
Do protons decay?If so, what is their half live?Every composite particle can be destroyed,
provided that sufficient energy is used.
No free particle has enough energy.
Only at the center of a star
a proton can be cracked.
Globe-lightningWhat exacly is glowing there?
Can it be explained?
Maybe a globe-lighting is the smallest
possible unstable (nano) star.
Velocity of light in vacuumWhat does limit the speed of light?The neutralon sea as a medium.
Cosmologic constantIt has been established the expansion of the universe
goes accelerating. How it is possible?
Maybe it is an optical illusion.
Cosmic inflationIs the theory about the cosmic inflation right?No. Space and time do not belong
to physics. They are mathematical. Space cannot expand.
Revolve problem
of the
Milky Way
Why does the Milky Way rotate
almost as a solid disk?
Is it about dark matter or
should the Newtonian dynamics be changed?
The neutralon sea causes an
entraining effect.

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